Deloraine School open house/awards

Each year in the early Fall, Deloraine School hosts an Open House and Awards evening. It’s a great opportunity to visit classrooms, speak to the teachers, enjoy a barbecue supper, purchase a pie in the Social Justice Club’s pie auction and take in the awards portion of the evening. This year’s event on September 27 included the Book Fair as well.

  Tony Franklin, principal of Deloraine School, welcomed everyone to the awards. “It’s great to see such a good crowd here tonight, it’s always hard to find the ideal night for this, but we think it’s very important to recognize the academic achievements of our students. Many of our students are doing very well and that makes us very proud,” he said. Mr. Franklin also thanked Mrs. Mills for all the work she does to prepare and organize the awards evening.

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  “I’d like to thank the students for their hard work throughout the year. It’s too bad you all couldn’t see how hard they all work, and many are close to receiving awards, and many work hard for everything they get. Recently, I noticed how a few students’ marks had jumped considerably — that is very rewarding. It’s amazing to me how students fit in school with jobs, sports and home responsibilities and continue to achieve high marks — it’s not easy to balance it all but they do it,” concluded Mrs. Mills.

AWARDS

Honour Roll:

  Grade 7 – Natalie Maguire 89, Whitney Vandendorpe 89, Blake Artz 86, Lucas Maddess 86, Taylor Corkish 85, Ashley Temple 85, Kennedi Schoonbaert 83, Anna Mitchler 82, Dustin Vandoorne 82, Adair Racine 82, Leon Rushing 81, Nolan Nestibo 89, Georgia Raes 80.

  Grade 8 — Kenzie Wells 91, Hilary Kelm 88, Madison McGee 86, Teaghan Dyck 84, Brady Threinen 81.

  Grade 9 — Miranda Day 92, Brianna Claeys 90, Isobelle Hobbs 90, Chet Neufeld 88, Kyra McGregor 87, Samuel Bell 87, Brayden Mosset 86, Kristine Estremos 86, Abby Vancauwenberghe 84, Kadin Neestibo 84, Hayden Vandoorne 83, Emma Williams 81, Nickolas Schoonbaert 81, Laramie Lockie 80, Matthias Raes 80, Lauren Bell 80, Mackenzie Bell 79, Miranda Adams 78, Skyler Mitchler 77, Kyle Breemersch 77 and Kristal Maguire 76.

  Grade 10 — Thomas Sambrook 91, Kate Estremos 90, Andrea Andries 89, Briar Mills 87, Zackary Maddess 86, James Raes 86, Jesse Neufeld 85, Josh Combs 84, Damian Racine82, Justin Breemersch 81 and Sydnie Corkish 77.

  Grade 11 — Keiman Olson 89, Kristian Nestibo 83, Jorja Spence 81 and Grady Franklin 77.

General Proficiency Awards:

            •Grade 7- a tie between Natalie Maguire and Whitney Vandendorpe – both with 89%

            • Grade 8 – Kenzie Wells 91%

            • Grade 9 – Randy Day 92%

            • Grade 10 – Tom Sambrook 91%

            • Grade 11 – Keiman Olson 89%

Individual Course Awards

Grade 9

10G Drafting – Chet Neufeld 91, 10F English Language Arts – Randy Day 96, 10F French – Randy Day 87, 10S Life/Work Planning – Isobelle Hobbs 95, 10F Mathematics – Brayden Mosset 91, 10S Music  - Matthias Raes & Chet Neufeld 99, 10F Physical Education – Sam Bell, Chet Neufeld and Hayden Vandoorne tied with 90; 10F Science – Randy Day & Brayden Mosset 95, 10F Social Studies – Randy Day 97,10G Food & Nutrition – Payton Halcrow 91, 15F Intro Communication Tech I & II – Brianna Claeys 89 and 85.

Grade 10

20S Applied Math/Pre-Calculus – Kate Estremos & Jesse Neufeld 90, 20F English Language Arts – Thomas Sambrook 89, 20S Essential Math  - Kate Estremos & Thomas Sambrook 91, 20F French – Kate Estremos 88, 20F Geography – Zachary Maddess 94, 20F Physical Education – Thomas Sambrook & Zachary Maddess 91, 20S Music – James Raes 99, 20F Science – Thomas Sambrook & Zachary Maddess 91, 25S Digital Pictures – Andrea Andries 98, 25G Food & Nutrition – Thomas Sambrook 93, 30S Visions & Ventures – Kate Estremos & Thomas Sambrook 94, 35S Interactive Media - Kate Estremos & Andrea Andries 96, 35S 2D Animation – Briar Mills 89.

Grade 11

30S Accounting – Kristian Nestibo 94, 30S Applied Math – Keiman Olson 88, 30S Biology – Keiman Olson 88, 30F CND History – Keiman Olson 94, 30S Chemistry – Keiman Olson 91, 30S Essential Math – Hayden Kelm 93, 30S Literary English – Kenzie Edwards 89, 30S Pre-Calculus – Keiman Olson 901 and 40S World Affairs – Keiman Olson 90.

ATHLETIC AWARDS

Track & Field: Jr. Track & Field Male – Jonathan Hofer, Jr. Track & Field Female – Hilary Kelm.

Sr. Track & Field Male – Kale Rushing, Sr. Track & Field Female – Chelsea Hainsworth.

Volleyball: Sr. Girls Rookie – Emma Williams, Sr. Girls MVP – Tori Maxwell, Coaches Award – Grady Franklin, Sr. Boys MVP – Tyler Beernaert, JV Girls MVP – Kyra McGregor, NV Girls Rookie – Kristine Estremos.

Badminton: Sr. Gils MVP – Sydnie Corkish, Sr. Boys MVP – Tyler Beernaert, Jr. Girls – Janesha Hammond, Jr. Boys – Declan Vanmackelbergh.

Fastball: Most Dedicated – Sydnie Corkish, Leadership and Ability – Tori Maxwell & Haley Wickham.

Baseball: Coaches Award – Zachary Maddess, MVP – Grady Hobbs.

Basketball: Sr. Boys – Kale Rushing

Deloraine Colts Hockey: Rookie of the Year – Zack Maddess.

Athletes of the Year: Sr. Boys -Kale Rushing & Tyler Beernaert, Sr. Girls - Tori Maxell, Jr. Girls – Hilary Kelm, Jr. Boys – Dayton Roy.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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